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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Edogawakikkoman, Jan 17, 2012.
Well, If he is telling it like it was, then the cyclist was an . But i bet there is more to the story
I wonder which Ferrari.... can't think of any great 'grab' points where I could hold onto for 2 minutes....
355 and 360 spiders, warnie is quite a collector of cars.
Only a few years ago this wouldn't have been a problem as Warne would've never fit in any Ferrari.
Does anyone take "White Trash" Warnie seriously anymore?
The cyclist's story
A lot more detail here than what Warnie said.
Oh well, That's too bad, I guess Warnie is the tosser we all know him as....
Oh dear...think that definitely deserves the raised finger....middle!!! Such an amazing cricketer...that ball that got Gatting...such an amazing tw!t.
I remember a few years ago Darren Gough taking the piss out of Warne. I couldn't find it on youtube but I found this belter: Mark Cavendish phoning in after his Worlds win!
If this Warne fellow has half a brain, or a lawyer with half a brain, he'll pay up and be done with it.
Couldn't he be charged with leaving the scene of an accident, if his car actually hit the cyclist?
Warne? I hear that and think Warne Marsh. Ne plus ultra is a great disc.
Marsh often dueled with Konitz on sax, as often with Tristano on piano.
What does this have to do with cycling?
Just the name. One Warne is apparently a dildo, the other was an artist.
Opps forgot to post:
Very cool article James, Well done>
Many thanks mate.
Team Rwanda articles
Apologies if everyone has seen it already, but there was a very good article by Philip Gourevitch on the background of Team Rwanda in The New Yorker last year. It is available online here:
As I view that article, I'm offered "selections video" to the right. (Shouldn't that be "video selections"? Well, whatever.) Currently top of the list is:
Having only drunk one (1) coffee today, I don't think I'm yet psychologically prepared for this video.
(And is this really the Sydney Morning Herald? I smell Murdoch.)
Children Who Are Driven To School Are At A Disadvantage
"Cycling or walking to school increases a child's ability to concentrate in the classroom, the results of a Danish study published Friday showed."
I wonder what the results would be if they were to do that study on university students in Japan :rofl:
I sent this article to several higher-ups at my school today (with a google translation)--they like to say how they serve a good ¥100 breakfast to get students up, awake, and to school on the early side.
I suggested they open the gym and pool mornings from 7 to 9, and that they should especially encourage the heavier and smoking faculty to go. (far more efficient faculty development than sitting thru a guest lecture or reading another email about it!!)